Almost than 1 in 5 adults and more than 1 out of 4 children in Dallas County are food insecure and at risk of hunger. These statistics represent hundreds of thousands of individuals who struggle every day to obtain enough food to get by. For this state of affairs to exist in our community is unacceptable and unnecessary.
The faith community can play a major role in finally putting an end to food insecurity and hunger. We need every congregation to take action to ensure that children, families and seniors have the food and nourishment they need to flourish.
In this fourth edition guide are 8 tested, effective solutions to the problem of hunger that your congregation can implement. These solutions take advantage of existing programs and resources in the community. They generally require limited financial commitments from your congregation. But they can make a very substantial impact on hunger.
This guide is designed for the use of congregations, but we encourage all who are concerned about hunger to utilize it as well.
For more information about the guide, contact Wyonella Henderson-Greene at 214-951-7780 or firstname.lastname@example.org.